Webinar - 2020 Economic Outlook


Wednesday, Apr 08, 2020 - 10:00am to 11:00am CDT


In the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, the environment of highly valued equity markets has undergone a sudden shift to a bear market. What are the immediate term and potentially long-term implications on asset allocation? As the pandemic has taken hold on a global basis, how do we factor polarization of the economy, political environment, and social unrest into asset allocation decisions? What are the long-term implications of the value destruction and health of businesses? What may be "green shoots" of opportunity as the pandemic begins to subside? Paul Chew, Chief Investment Officer at Brown Advisory, will address these concerns and share his perspectives on the economy and financial markets, as they pertain to asset allocation decisions.







***Attendees of this webinar are eligible to receive one hour of CPE credit upon completion of participation requirements.***

  • Speaker(s)

Paul Chew, CFA, Chief Investment Officer, Brown Advisory Inc.

Paul is a partner, a member of the Executive Team and serves as chief investment officer. He is responsible for leading the firm’s internally managed investment strategies and its open-architecture and asset-allocation efforts. Under Paul’s leadership, the firm’s core equity and fixed income capabilities have grown substantially, and he has also led the expansion of the firm’s platform of alternative investments, which includes venture capital, leveraged buyouts, energy, credit, real estate and hedge funds. While completing his MBA at the Fuqua School of Business at Duke University, he worked as a research associate for a finance professor specializing in asset allocation. Prior to business school, he worked as a cash manager in the international asset management department of J.P. Morgan.